grubbers


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grubbies

and grubbers and grubs (ˈgrəbiz and ˈgrəbɚz and grəbz)
n. worn-out clothing; clothing one wears for the occasional dirty job. There I was, running around in my grubs when the senator stops by to say hello! It’s time to wash these grubbies.
See also: grubby

grubbers

verb
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Clearing unwanted trees, shrubs and brush to create duck holes and food plots for whitetails is light work for Vail's innovative X Series Grubber.
Now those money grubbers who are fleecing people who long to get some of that so-called American dream can eat the debt themselves.
Business people) should come across as helping the community, not as money grubbers," he says.
His opening score came after a fabulous 80m dash from a scrum and his second and third came courtesy of excellent grubbers from the influential Ritchie Hawkyard.
The article oozes contempt for the shallow, ignorant money grubbers who send the party six-figure checks.
But is it better to have large turnouts of ill-informed money grubbers than a smaller force of prepared, though agenda-driven voters?